Robert Oliver, RPh
Josh Woods, PharmD
Josh Woods joined Glasgow Prescription Center, Inc. in 2006 as a pharmacist at Towne & Country Drugs. He grew up in Scottsville as the only child of Jerry & Debbie Woods. He and his wife Kayce, a Barren County native, currently reside in Glasgow along with their cat baby, Claudia. Josh is an Allen County High School graduate and graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy in 2006. Josh also spent some time teaching chemistry to Warren County high school students before deciding to enroll in pharmacy school.
Josh is our Medication Therapy Management (MTM) Director and is available to counsel our customers in choosing a Medicare Part D plan and regarding their current medication list. MTM provides an exciting opportunity for patients and pharmacists to talk more in depth about their medication therapies and assist the patient in making more informed decisions about their healthcare.
When not working as a pharmacist, Josh enjoys drag racing in the Super Pro and Super Gas divisions. He was the 2009 Super Pro Points Champion. He also enjoys golf and traveling with friends and family. His most prized possession is his wedding band, with his race car finishing a close second. When Josh grows up, he aspires to be a professional drag racer or rich, but not both because he’s also a realist. Both would be IMPOSSIBLE.
Chad Reynolds, PharmD
Pharmacist In Charge
Chad Reynolds has been with Glasgow Prescription Center, Inc. since October 2007. He is the son of Bobby & Peggy Reynolds of Cave City and currently resides in Glasgow with his wife Haley and two daughters, Grayson & Addison. Chad is a 1990 Caverna High School graduate and graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy in 1996. His wife Haley is also a Caverna graduate and graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Allied Health as a Physical Therapist. Chad believes that once you take out his quirks, idiosyncrasies and negativity that his life is actually a very boring read. He offers his apologies. However, we think he’s pretty amazing. Continuing reading only if you dare…
Chad completed a pediatric pharmacotherapy residency at the Children’s Hospital of Oklahoma in 1998. He then worked at the Medical University of South Carolina Children’s Hospital for 6 years primarily servicing the Pediatric ICU but also experienced pediatric oncology, surgery, neonatology, pediatric burn unit, pediatric transplants and general pediatrics. He was also an adjunct clinical professor at the College of Pharmacy. Onto the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital for 1 year with primary service in the Pediatric Emergency Department, but experience in advanced life support education. There too, he was an adjunct clinical professor at the College of Pharmacy. Next in his journey was TJ Samson Community Hospital for 2 ½ years where he covered pediatrics and the emergency department. In addition to his vast pediatric experience, Chad also specializes in compounding individualized pharmaceutical preparations, including bio-identical hormones and pediatric formulations. (Translation: Mad Scientist)
On a personal note, Chad bleeds blue, both UK and Glasgow hues. His favorite ice cream treats are mint chocolate chip and Snickers Blizzard without the chocolate syrup. In fact, he loves ice cream so much he buys the girls in the pharmacy ice cream on occasion so that he can endulge. His girls are his proudest accomplishment although he gives his wife full credit for their well-being. When he grows up, he wants to be humble, kind and wise, and at peace with himself for the life he is living.
Favorite Quotes: “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” –Albert Einstein
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” --Dr. Seuss
“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” --John Wooden